The best advice I can give is to stick to your guns, but understand that a little adjustment, a tweak here or there might be necessary. It has been hot (as in temperature), and the fish are biting, but slowing down and being a little more methodical about your approach might be necessary.
For example, I'm catching lots of fish off the traditional mid-depth break lines (classic early to mid summer pattern), but I'm making a little adjustment to fish on the deeper side of the break, and to slow way down. The fish are where they are supposed to be, but a slower approach is triggering bites....which if you put two and two together...warm weather/sluggish fish...makes perfect sense.
Here's some pictures. Averaging better than 50 fish a trip on Silver right now.
|Jay with a nice one from this morning.|
|Mike with a nice one from Golden Lake early this morning.|
|Patrice with one of more than 50 from Mid-Day on Friday.|
|My academic mentor, Bob Drechsel with a Silver Lake bass..caught on the first cast with his shiny new St Croix.|